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  • The shrines of St. Cuthbert and the Venerable Bede were desecrated and further iconoclasm would take place during the reign of Edward VI.

    The Last Divine Office

  • Recent research suggests that the Ostara myth was potentially invented during a mischievous moment by the Venerable Bede.

    Kari Henley: What Do a Rabbit, Colored Eggs and Candy Have to Do With Jesus? The History of Easter Revealed

  • The shrines of St. Cuthbert and the Venerable Bede were desecrated and further iconoclasm would take place during the reign of Edward VI.

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  • Its most famous use is titular, however; the Venerable Bede was a Benedictine monk and scholar who lived in seventh-century England.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Its most famous use is titular, however; the Venerable Bede was a Benedictine monk and scholar who lived in seventh-century England.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • ONCE upon a time, long long before the Venerable Bede had completed that famous last chapter in his cell at Jarrow, there lived in the ancient capital of Sampsiceramus, a holy man named Heliodorus.

    The Book-Hunter at Home

  • According to Venerable Bede, the point was first accurately determined at a council held at Jerusalem about A.D. 200, when, after much profound discussion, it was finally decided that the world's birthday occurred on

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 42, April, 1861

  • Very little indeed would be known of this most famous saint, but for one whose name must be mentioned with all honour and reverent admiration -- _the Venerable Bede_.

    Grace Darling Heroine of the Farne Islands

  • In the eighth century, Columban knows Horace, the Venerable Bede cites him four times, and Alcuin is called a Flaccus.

    Horace and His Influence

  • In the eighth century, Columban knows Horace, the Venerable Bede cites him four times, and Alcuin is called a Flaccus.

    Horace and His Influence

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